- EMA's research results on the evolution of data driven security
- Value of Security Analytics over SIEM
- Effectiveness and value of security analytics tools as perceived by the business
- Impact of security tools in incident response
It's no secret that continuous innovation and speed to market are mandating dynamic paradigm shifts in how companies conceive, develop and implement IT operations and security strategies. While this is all fine and well for the DevOps teams, for the folks managing security, these innovations bring up new challenges. Modern applications must be architected and managed with security in mind from the get-go, and building a SaaS offering that has security baked in is a whole new game. DevSecOps is the name of the game, but there isn't always a clear path to implementation and adoption. Between protecting against major attacks that arrive on a daily basis to maintaining compliance with strict regulations, leaving the boundaries of traditional IT can leave some security professionals quaking in their boots. Fear not, friends! There is a way to be secure and compliant in the cloud with the right approach. In this webinar, George Gerchow, VP of Security and Compliance at Sumo Logic, will do a deep dive into the steps it takes to successfully implement and maintain DevSecOps in your organization at scale. He will be discussing: What it took to build a world-class data analytics service on AWS from the ground up Technologies used to gain necessary operational and security visibility Tips and tricks to maintain optimal levels of performance, integrity and availability of the data How to best approach regulatory compliance in the cloud in pursuing certifications like PCI DSS, ISO 27001, CSA STAR, TRUSTe, SOC 2, Type 2, etc. Challenges encountered in the journey and how they were addressed
With the rise of AWS and the public cloud, more and more security teams are feeling the pressure to move to the cloud. Although the benefits are many, teams continue to wonder - does cloud equal better security and compliance? We're sure you've asked yourself this at least once in the last week...or maybe more. #TheStruggleIsReal Agile development, speed, application-uptime, modern apps – the list of needs and wants from teams supported by security goes on and on. To help enable these teams meet these challenges quickly and efficiently, the cloud seems like the perfect fit. Yet, the thought of moving to the cloud makes some people a little uncomfortable – kind of like online dating. This is where we come in! In this webinar, we bring together together two security industry experts and a leading security professional to talk about the pros and cons of moving to the cloud. Listen in on this unconventional webcast to: Learn how to bake security in from the beginning of the application lifecycle Focus on securing the data and ease storage location concerns Realize your compliance checklist doesn't equal security Learn how the Director of Information Security from Teladoc, Inc., made the decision to secure his PCI compliant data in the cloud with Sumo Logic
How do you secure your data and user information when it is in the cloud? As more organizations move critical workloads to AWS, security of that data becomes incredibly important, forcing organizations to consider what steps they take to ensure that data is secure at all times. For many, the answer comes through security analytics. The end goal is to monitor your servers and traffic to understand who is accessing you site, how they are doing so, and if they are getting access to your data and user information. This means monitoring incoming traffic and system logs to determine if and how attackers are approaching your application. Having a robust security analytics solution becomes key - without the proper tool, this crucial data can become noise and disguise key anomalies within the data that indicate a security problem. Listen in on this webinar in which Sumo Logic and Peter Varhol, industry expert, go over key best practices on how to protect your AWS applications from attackers and dive into how your organization can begin to leverage the power of security analytics and machine data to better secure your data in the cloud. In this webinar, we will discuss how to monitor your applications in the cloud, how to determine what data is important, and how to respond to a potential attack using the power of security analytics.